Topic: Books

Clark Winter
Out There

The Americans List: A Salute to Robert Frank

The photographic community acknowledges its debt to the influence of Robert Frank’s Americans work in a new book by Jason Eskenazi.

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Keller and Wittwer
Out There

‘Passengers’ Wins the Fifth International Fotobook Festival Dummy Awards

The Le Bal photography museum in Paris hosted the Fifth International Fotobook Festival from April 20 – 22. Here we present selections from the top three winners for the festival’s Dummy Award.

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Mishka Henner
Out There

Retouching a Classic: ‘Less Américains’

In the digital age, touching the work of established photographic masters can be a sensitive business. London-based artist Mishka Henner explores Robert Frank’s classic opus in his newest book, Less Américains.

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Javier Sirvent
Out There

A Brief, Photographic History of Republished Books

In a medium like photography, where the book plays such an important role in its progression, it is an unfortunate fact that some of the greatest photobooks have been essentially lost to history.

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Sonja Thomsen
Out There

collect.give: Photography Meets Philanthropy

In 2009, Kevin J. Miyazaki founded an online photography gallery to allow artists to sell limited editions of their prints to benefit the charity of their choice.

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© Elliott Erwitt—Magnum
Out There

Elliott Erwitt: Sequentially Yours

The photographer speaks exclusively to TIME about his new book, which presents a series of vignettes that play out like silent movies—touching, funny, sad, irreverent and full of surprise.

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Josef Koudelka—Magnum
Out There

Josef Koudelka’s Gypsies, Revisited

As Aperture releases a new version of the photographer’s seminal book in October, photographer, writer and editor Jeffrey Ladd explains that rarely has a body of work been so deserving of two completely different editions.

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Thibault Brunet
In Progress

First Person Shooter In the Virtual World: The Work of Thibault Brunet

Thibault Brunet has chronicled war-torn landscapes and images of beleaguered soldiers — all without leaving the comfort of his home in Lille, France.

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